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Netherlands: Lowest level bankruptcies of this century

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Staff Writer | October 12, 2018
The number of corporate bankruptcies has decreased, according to Statistics Netherlands (CBS).
Netherlands
Europe   There were 33 fewer bankruptcies
There were 33 fewer bankruptcies in September 2018 than in the previous month. This constitutes the lowest number of bankruptcies since 2001. However, the trend has been fairly flat for over a year.

Adjusted for court session days, the number of bankruptcies peaked in May 2013. This was followed by a downward trend until September 2017.

Subsequently, the number of bankruptcies showed an irregular pattern with many ups and downs. The trend has been more or less flat for over a year. In September 2018, the number of bankruptcies reached the lowest level of this century.

If the number of court session days is not taken into account, 213 businesses and institutions (excluding one-man businesses) were declared bankrupt in September 2018. With a total of 48, the trade sector suffered most.

Trade is among the sectors with the highest number of businesses. In September, the number of bankruptcies was relatively highest in the sector accommodation and food services.


 

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